– Nadia, a beautiful young wife who got married this 2020 has sadly died during childbirth
– It is reported that Nadia’s baby survived nonetheless and is currently in an incubator
– A video showing the stunning bride and her husband on their wedding day has surfaced and saddened many social media users
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A stunning Ghanaian lady simply identified as Nadia has passed on during childbirth months after tying the knot in an amazing wedding ceremony earlier in 2020.
In a sad report sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Facebook handle of Ghanaian social media activist, Inusah Kate Gyamfua, it is indicated that the baby survived and has been kept in an incubator.
Hundreds of reactions quickly poured all over the post as many Ghanaians were shocked by the news of such a fresh marriage ending in an abrupt sorrowful end.
Tears flow as stunning Ghanaian bride who got married this 2020 dies during childbirth
Credit: Inusah Kate Gyamfua
See the post below:
In another post on Inusah Kate Gyamfua’s handle, a snippet of the wedding video of Nadia and her husband looking all glamorous and excited was shared.
They must have looked forward to living blissful lives after the wedding ceremony.
It is not explained what exactly resulted in the maternal mortality but that did not stop social media users from feeling the pain of Nadia and her family, particularly her new husband.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported how a Nigerian woman in the US, Folashade, got every reason to rejoice as she gave birth to twins at a time she was not expecting it at all.
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On the day before she gave birth, the Nigerian had only gone to the hospital to carry out a routine check as she was 37 weeks gone.
After a doctor in the medical facility, Lightfoote, saw her condition of swollen feet and that her blood was unexpectedly higher, she had to tell her the babies would need to be delivered the following day.
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